Navigate your way successfully through the homebuying process.
Make the move easier and—dare we say it?—stress free with these tips.
Since there are so many different types of landscapes in Los Angeles, Craig Knizek of The Agency suggests you pay attention to the noise factor from the freeways and the length of your daily commute.…   See the Image
Is your new purchase a long-term investment to pass on to your children, or a temporary place to live until you get married? The Agency's Hana Cha, Managing Director, Urban New Development.…   See the Image
You might have always dreamed of a home in Beverly Hills or Malibu, but when you can get a nice, completely updated, four bedroom, two bath home in La Habra for about a third of the price ($650,000),…   See the Image
This is a three bedroom, two bath $1.549 million dollar home in the Carthay Circle Preservation Zone offered by John Barrentine of RED Real Estate Group. He suggests considering if you prefer a…   See the Image
In earthquake and landslide prone California, a geological report is a must. Interestingly enough, an older home like this one that has withstood earthquakes already, is single story and located in…   See the Image
"The business of buying in Los Angeles is far too complicated to simply have one agent focusing on the myriad of buyers, sellers and leases," according to John Barrentine, CEO and…   See the Image
Commuting is the bane of the L.A. resident's existence, so if you have work you can do at home, consider the many properties designed for just that. These architectural lofts in Venice are extremely…   See the Image
Even if you don't have children, the school district of your prospective home is very important and can add resale value, advises Tami Pardee of Pardee properties. If the public schools in the area…   See the Image
This 3,300 square foot home in Santa Monica has a beachy price tag of $3.5 million, and is a perfect example of Tami Pardee's advice to consider a home with plenty of indoor/outdoor living space to…   See the Image